Nijathaworn with some thoughts on IMF reform

In the speech 'Some thoughts on IMF reform on crisis prevention and crisis resolution' given on 28 February Bandid Nijathaworn of the Bank of Thailand said the challenge to IMF reform on crisis prevention and crisis resolution has many dimensions.
In the speech 'Some thoughts on IMF reform on crisis prevention and crisis resolution' given on 28 February Bandid Nijathaworn of the Bank of Thailand said the challenge to IMF reform on crisis prevention and crisis resolution has many dimensions.

"Recommendations that have been made to address this challenge are wide-ranging. Given the limited time that we have, I hope my contributions today have been useful."

"In closing, I would like to stress that the IMF has responded well to the needs for reform with new important initiatives and measures that are now showing positive results. I am confident that, going forward, the IMF will be able to come up with a credible reform agenda that will lead to greater improvements in our capabilities to maintain the stable economic and financial environment which is essential for the well-being of the global economy."

Speech by Mr Bandid Nijathaworn, Deputy Governor of the Bank of Thailand, presented to the G-20 Workshop on Reform of Bretton Woods Institutions, Tokyo, 28 February 2006.

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